2019 - 2020
Q4 Grading for Remote Learning
4TH QUARTER GRADING ADJUSTMENTS
I am sure most of you are aware of the adjusted grading guidelines during this time of remote learning.
I want you to be able to look into my grade book and get a very accurate picture of how your child is doing with their lessons.
I will continue to input grades as I have all year.
You will be able to see if your child is completing assignments in addition to how well they are doing on those assignments.
Any student who receives a low grade on an assignment can contact me and I will open the assignment for them to redo. I will work with them on it as will if they request.
At the end of the quarter, I will adjust grades as needed to meet the guidelines of the Illinois State Board of Education.
Please remember, if students are not engaged, the only grade I can assign is an incomplete.
All lessons can be found on Google classroom
2018 - 2019
2017 - 2018
Classroom Management Plan
2014 - 2015
What is an INCLUSION teacher?
Inclusion teachers are special education teachers who have been matched with regular education teachers to co-teach. We are there to support students with special needs, to make sure that accommodations listed on the students' IEP's are implemented, and to support the teacher. We have many roles. Sometimes we will be in the front of the classroom along with the regular education teacher teaching the material to the whole class. Sometimes we are circulating the classroom to make sure students are following along. We will work with small groups to re-teach information or to provide additional academic support. We also offer support and assistance to any student who has questions or needs something re-explained. We support classroom management and provide positive and negative consequences for behavior. We make parent phone calls and have parent conferences. We have access to student information and grades and participate in some classroom grading.